Marcey Keefer Hutchison

Marcey Keefer Hutchison, PT, DPT, SCS, ATC, CMP

Associate Professor of Physical Therapy


Marcey Keefer Hutchinson is an associate professor in the School of Physical Therapy. She is the lead instructor for Therapeutic Exercise, Orthopedic Assessment and Rehabilitation and Differential Diagnosis. Her research is focused on the use of diagnostic ultrasound to explore foot and ankle morphology and pathology.

Keefer Hutchinson holds a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Pacific University, a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Northeastern University, and has been a practicing clinician for more than 25 years. Prior to teaching at George Fox, she was director and shareholder at Therapeutic Associates, Inc. in Keizer, Oregon, for 14 years. She also managed the athletic training program for the Salem-Keizer School District. Her experience in sports medicine includes medical coverage for the Cascade Half Marathon, U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, the Women’s Pro-Beach Volleyball Tour and numerous Oregon School Activities Association events.

She serves on the advisory board for the School of Physical Therapy, is chairperson of the Physical Therapy Admissions Committee, and is a former board member of the Salem Area Trail Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting health and wellness through access to outdoor experiences. Keefer Hutchinson is a member of The American Physical Therapy Association, Oregon Physical Therapy Association and the Daughter's of Hawaii. She has been a board-certified Sports Clinical Specialist since 2015.